When we pulled up to the restaurant on a Sunday night, the parking lot was full so we thought we had to wait. Surprisingly, we were given a table right away because the place was bigger than we anticipated for a small mountain town. The service was a little slow probably due to the number of customers, but the bread, honey butter, and decent salad bar kept us busy until the appetizer and main courses arrived. The pound of hot wings were good and the price was reasonable. The BBQ combo plate was by far the biggest and best meal of the four our table ordered. A big plate with ribs, brisket, and half a chicken was more than I expected. I'm normally a big eater but I had to take some home that night. We also had ribs and fries (ribs were yummy and the fries were really good), beef and chicken fajitas (also good), and pork tenderloin (a little on the small side, but tasty). Overall, I felt we received good meals at a decent price and would eat there again.